Breaking up is all the rage in today's corporate world - think TYC, SLE, KFT - and the buzz is...
Breaking up is all the rage in today's corporate world - think TYC, SLE, KFT - and the buzz is that Pepsico (PEP +1.7%) could join the gang. Edward Jones says PEP's combined value post-split could be $90/share, 49% above yesterday's close. The stock has trailed competitors by a large margin in the past year, and the firm is losing share to Coca-Cola (KO).
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